Who Sang The Great Distance? Rapture

Rapture Songs for the Withering cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2002-5-31
Genre: Rock
Style: Doom Metal/Goth Rock
length: 4:13
mixer: Tuomo Valtonen
recording engineer: Tuomo Valtonen
a noise quieter than a dying breath
mirrors on the blank side of the paper
a need to control this suicide
something i'll never quite understand

what would heal these holes
marks left by the feeding needle
tonight the bullets turn into keys
and we escape

this was the day of losing control
a sea of silence where i go
stuck somewhere between a blick and a tear
and the great distance

maybe it was just a ghost of a voice
i thought i once heard
maybe nothing of the like
maybe it was a memory
i thought i saw creeping by
maybe nothing

"Better to die, and to sleep
The never waking sleep, than linger on,
And dare to live, when the soul's life is gone."
[Sophocles (496BC-406-5BC)]

CD 1
  • 1 Nameless
  • 2 Gallows
  • 3 Two Dead Names
  • 4 Transfixion (...for the Butterflies of Joy)
  • 5 The Vast
  • 6 Raintracks
  • 7 Enveloped
  • 8 The Great Distance
  • 9 Farewell

  • Release information
    label: Spikefarm Records
    country(area): Finland
    format: CD
    barcode: 0044006400624
    script: Latin